Here's what you can do: butcher your own meat. People do it every day, though you sound much too lazy and entitled and whiny to do anything that might involved getting your hands dirty. Which probably also rules out you growing your own vegetables - you might have to clean your fingernails afterwards, so you won't soil your keyboard when typing your next woe-is-me rant.
Yeah.... that works well in the middle of a big city. Do you know how much is actually eaten daily in a big city? If everyone were to individually try to grow their own vegetables, and rear their own meat in a city of 10 million, it'd be instant chaos, and probably at least double the carbon output of the city.
Mass production works better, generally, that's why we do it.
1) Move somewhere you like.
And if everyone "moves somewhere they like"? You can't solve bad places by just saying "move".
2) Start your own company. Hire people
Which people? The people I was going to hire already started their own company. There aren't any employees any more in your utopia.
ps. I do butcher some of my own meat, and grow some of my own vegetables, but I'm lucky to live where I do.